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Hungarian folk culture and a cosmopolitan capital in Budapest



Capital of Hungary combining the cities of Buda and Pest

The Danube

Romantic river dividing the city



The hills of Buda, and the flat country of Pest across the river. You get to visit two cities in one. History running back to the Romans, the city is centered on the Trinity Square with the 13th century Matthias Church.

Vajdahunyad Castle

relatively young, this castle was finished in the late 19th century and sits in the middle of the city park.  It was built to celebrate 1000 years since the Hungarian Conquest.

Buda Castle

Currently the home to the Hungarian National gallery, castles for the Hungarian kings have been here since the 13th century, but the current palace was built in the 18th century. 

Fisherman's Bastion

fortress that was finished in 1902, this isn't as old, but is certainly as beautiful as any monument in Budapest.

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